Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 2, 1959 · Page 8
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PAUPA DAIL¥ NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1959 REVIEW PAf,£ TELEVISION PROGRAMS MONDAY RONL-fV BLUE LUSTRE WORKS LIKE MAGIC This housewife points with pride to the beautiful colors which Blue Lustre has brought back to life by removing the soil which had so badly dimmed t h e i r natural beauty. Blue Lustre is available at the Pam pa Hardware Company. e Lustre, The Answer To More and more housewives are. soiled traffic paths as (hey appear al cleaning results at great relying on Blue Lustre to keep'or other soiled spots on either ings since one half then- home furnishings new lookviugs or upholstery that mav need three '.) :< 12 Ing all of the time. 'attention. ' ' ; , Soil from dust particles in the. nir ia always present io collect i on floor coverings and upholstery. Thanks to the scientific advancement in the home cleaning care of carpets and upholstery, it is possible to remove soil as it appears with Blue Lustre Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner. B'ii(» Lustre is a very gentle and odorless concentrate that provides the busy housewife w i t h tho modem means of carpet care that is easy and economical to Use. All Unit Is necessary Is (o vacuum the i-arpet first: then 4pply Blue Lustre fcam with any make of sliH.mpoo applicator or with an Inexpensive Jons? handled brush. let dry and vat mini again. The sod disappear.; and the c o 1 o r s spring Iwk to life again, leaving pile of rug open and fluffy. Actually what happens is that the Blue, Lustre foam penetrates instantly to the carpet soil and it.3 unique action holds the dirt particles in suspension for easy removal by vacuuming. Since all carpet soil and cleaning aqent is removed, there is no residue of any kind left in the rarpet to cause rapid resoiling con'se- quemh'. nip* and carpets stay ck'ancr longer. Since Blue Lustre is non-flam- m-ih!e, it is safe and convenient t<> k: cp around the home so that prompt attention '-an he piven to sav- gallon cleans !t x 12 rugs. It i-< also avail- in (|u;n-|s and gallons at Pain- Blue Lustre produces profession--pa Hardware Company. J5y H.-UiKV WILSON SHAIU'K United 1',-css International WASHINGTON iL'PI) -- The Bin eau of Mine?; hopes to know soon whether the oil and chemical industries aie i early to -amble ?l,:.-;i',(ifi(i Hint atomic blasts wi|] make exliaclion of oil from shale rock economically feasible. would gamble O.I Co The government an equal amount. Col rial A proposition to that effei-t was shale, formally put to 70 firms and in. dividual* in mid-Kehruarv hv bu- NO i refill chief Marling J. Ankeny as shale th.-- outgiowth of a government- -jovei sponsored meeting of 200 oil be piped off. The Buchanan test would b? conducted underfnoiirid, first with a small thermal recovery shot to obtain information about the actual retorting or ) ecovery-- process. If this paid off a 10-kiloton blast would follow. The sue chosen i.« near I'nion 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:45 9:00 9:30 10:00 !10:30 11:00 ! 11:30 ! 11:45 i 12:00 ' 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 -1:30 5:15 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:20 Continental Classroom Today Dougli-Re-MJ Treasure Hunt The Price Is Right Concentration Tic Tac Doug-h It Could St5 "toll News Weather New Ideas Curtain Time Truth Or Consequence Haggis Baggia Young Dr. M^lnne From These Roots Queen For A Day County Fair Susie Wicked Woman NBC New? Local News Sports Weather Buckskin Restless Gun Wells Fargo Peter Gunrt Silent Service Arthur Murray Show Highway Patrol News, Ralph Wayna Weathe-- Jack Ps.se Sign Off KFTJATT Channel 10 Sunrise Classroom It Happened Last Night Captain Kangaroo Cartoons Morning Playhouse Arthur Godfrey I Love Lucy Top Dollar Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Guiding Light Theatre 10 As the World Turna Jimmy Dean Show House Party Big Payoff The Verdict is Yours Brighter Day Secret Storm The Edge of Night My Little Margie Poppyo Doug Edsvards News World of Sports Weather Today Name That Tune The Texan x Father Knows Best Danny Thom,i3 Ann Southern African Patrol Rescue 8 News Weather Dr. Renault's Secret scientists quit. PUT YOUR MATRESS RENOVATING IN CAREFUL HANDS "T*7 r -s7.V-5^1 =Wv#>&~ ACME MATTRESS CO. 817 \V. I osier I J ampa PHONE MO 1 6621 chemical executives and in Dallas. Jan. 6. Tiie first experiment would take place near Buchanan, Colo., next year, with others Io follow in I'tali and Wyoming. Geologists estimate the vast shale fields of the three states could produce a trillion barrels of oil if a cheap way to recover it could be found. Ankeny is awaiting the re- spouse-;, .-'dine industry leadeis ex- pie.-ned cautious interest at Daila.'. Others wcie critical. But all :\cre mindful of the day when natural oil deposits become so i(•-.•- pleied they will need a replace ( nmp.iin Ha-. Similar Idea P.ic h|c»!d Oil Corp. Los Angeles, lias o;,.vned talks on a kindred proposition with the Canadian gov- fi-nnient. Richfield ICM.-CS two million acres of tar sands m the A'ha- l.si.ska area of northeast Alberta. T.-M- sands aie solidified oil. Rich- fn Id believes the terrific heat '-•enei alert by a nuclear explosion would lice- the oil. That is the basic principle ,,f tin; proposed t..'S. .•xperirnent.s. An atomic blast, would puiven/.e thousands of tons of shale whc h would then he ignited. As the shfde burned oil would settle and property in 1101 thwe.M The bureau said the r the detonation, should average -_>0 ^lions of oil a ton. 'sent method of processing has pioved profitable. The •roverninpiit conducted long experi- 1 ments at Rifle. Colo., but finally! The (,ii- ; exttactcd in the present process arc so thick it is too expensive to refine them into gasoline and other piodvuts. Engineers of the atomic eneigy commission and the Krnest o, l.ruv- keley, Calif , believe mi'-lear heat iii.-jy bridKf- inn gup. They also doubt that resultant, radioactivity would he a dangerous litct'i!- bt-c-1 use it v.ould be tianped in me.il -'d lock. Many major o:| and ihenii'. al companies OUTI e'.t''nsi\'p holdings in the areas mniked for exploita- lion, ff they pai tii-jpale, as Ankeny hopes, the experiment would' bei oni" a part of operation plow-' share use of nuclear devices for peaceful purpi.se..; Ankeny «ill analy/f the replies and. give the final ipsult to the (.ornpanies rr.spondit'g. If thru- is ger.eral agrceiTicnt, the pioject would he iHUiiciiP.l soiiie tune nit- IT Hie Cmti'd States' .self-imposed ban on all nuclear tes's expires ne.\t Oct. :;t. Tiie (Tin.itian church first celebrated Palm Sunday in t.'ie .'iO.is in Jerusalem 7:55 8 :00 9:00 11:00 11:30 12:30 1:00 '• 1 :RO I 2:00 i 2:30 • 3:00 3:30 4:00 S:,"u 6.00 6:.'JO 7 :()0 7:30 fl:00 8:30 9.30 10:00 10:30 12:00 KVH-TV Channel 7 Good Morning Funz-A-PoppIn* Shopper Show Coffee Break Peter l.md Hayes Play Your Hunch The Shield Your Day In Court Music Bingo Beat The Clock \Vho Do Yon Trust American Bandstand Mickey Mouse All Aboard For Fun Soldiers of Fortune Citizen Sold.er Bold Journey Voice of Firestone Bing Crosby Sea Hunt Nightcourt Farmers Daughter Nightcap News CLAIMS MISSJOX JJKPAKTS MANILA lUI'Ji (Government officials djsclosed \Vrdne.sday that a special mission would leave for Washington soon Io di.scuss the Philippines' 900 • million - dollar omnibus claims against tne United Stall's. GUARANTEED muld.s apply heat only vvfiero needed tor furing. . . Your Inspection Invited ! 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For your complete peace of mind, let us make ne cesso/y repairs RIGHTF A check-up in time will keep your driving on ^h^ *ofe tide. Culberson Chevrolet/ Inc. 212 N. Bollard phone MO 4-4666 TUESDAY I I 8:30 t:00 9:00 6:30 16:00 10:30 ii:00 '11:30 112:00 112:10 j 12:20 j 12:25 12:35 1:00 1:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 8:45 6:00 6:15 6:20 6:30 8:00 8:30 8:00 0:30 |10:00 10:20 10:30 12:00 Channel 4 Continental Classroom Today Dough-Re-Ml Treasure Hunt Ths Price Is Right Concentration Tic Tac Dough It Could B6 ?eu News Weather House of Carpel* New Ideas Wonders of The World Truth of Consequences Haggis Baggis Young Dr. Ma Ion a From These Roots Queen For A bay County Fair Susie Night Fright NBC News News Sports Weather Mannle'R Friend George Burn? Bob Cummings The Californlans Flight NBAVS Weather Jack Parr Show Sign Ott KFOA-TT Channel 19 Sunrise Classroom It Happened Lajut Night Captain Kangaroo CBS News Morning Playhouse Arthur Godfrey I Love Lucy Top Dollar Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Guiding Light Theatre Ten As The World Turni Jimmy Dean Show House Party Big Payoff Verdict is Yourg Brighter Day Secret Storm The Edge of Night My Little Margie Popeye Doug Edwards News, Ralph Wayne World of Sports Weather Today Marry a Millionaire This is Alice To Tell The Truth Arthur Godfrey Red Skelton Garry Moore News, RalpTi Wayne Weather 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:45 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2.30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:43 6.00 6:15 6:25 6:30 7:00 j 7:30 I 8:00 I 8:30 1 9:00 j 10:00 10:10 10:30 "Fast and Loose" KVll-TV Channel 7 7:55 Good Morning 8:00 Funz-A-Poppln' : 9:00 Shopper Show j 11:00 Coffee Break .'11:30 Peter Lind Hayes ,12:30 Play Your Hunch I 1:00 JJ be race ; 1:30 The Shield : 2:00 Your Day In Court • 2:30 Music Bingo 3:00 Beat The Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust 4:00 American bandstand i 5:30 Adventure Time 6:00 All Aboard For Fun 6:30 Sugarfoot 7:30 Wyatt Earp R:00 Rifleman 8:30 26 Men fl :00 Alcoa Theatre I 9:30 Badge 7H 10:00 Night Court 10:30 Knchanted Cottags 12:00 Nightcap News Many a man who hasn't got a horn frequently goes on a toot. 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Hobart right now. All The Woy! Pack-A-Burgers Will Be High Spot Of Your Day Call for a Pak-A-Burgers when ever you're hungry lunch time, snack time, meal time. Call for them at Pnk-A-Biirser No.I, 160.S N. Hobart, ,\1O 4-2S«5. j where Mrs. Peggy Eckroat, manager, will serve them the \vav you 'Jike. . ' ' i Call for them at Pak-A-Btirger No. 2, PIO s. Hobart. MO 0-0016. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Gaut op- ieiate this one. You're sure to 'like what you find. J Drive in and cull tor them on Ih« spot, or telephone ahead and /have your Pok-A-Bur^ers wailing ;f.or you ready to go with you ! or ready to eat in the ample parking ai'san. j KOIK! I'nr Kvt'r.voni' I Kveryhody loves Pak-A-Burgers:, your family, your relatives, ynur I friends, all the gang Pak-A-Buig- firs are "right" for a quick nour- lishing meal, for refreshments, for party giving, for lunches, for snacks. ! At both Pak-A-Burger No. 1 and . Pak-A-Burger No. 2 you gel those ! delicious Pak-»\-BurgerH, Pak-Aj Burger Juniors. Coneys, f r i e d |h a in .sandwiches, from h fries, m.ilt.s. orange drinks, good coffee land rich, ho/en Sweden, flavorful ice cream in cones, pints, .quarts and gallons. i In adflition to these goodie* Pal;- lA-Buiger No. 2 has foot long ' hot dogs ideal for parties. I'I i one I'or Hostesses enjoy their parties when they telephone their; orders .— because they delight their! guests wilh Pak-A-Burgers and because they enjoy their gllrsts every second — without losing time fixing refreshments. i Your feel never l/nieh the ground .when you <,'ft your Pak-A-Burgers.' You drive tip to the speaker, give 1 your order nncl then drive around' the building to the delivery window, where you pick up your Pak- A-Burgers. ' f After The (ianin ; There is nothing like a Pak-A- 'Burger after the game, after the movie, bowling, the dance or party. I Yo u pet Pak-A-Burgers till the way 1 "the works" or plain. Voii get; Ihem any way you want them, with chili, mustard, onion, catsup. When the pang drops in fur a platter .session, when the card chili c/iincs for a party, when friends or relatives pul| in unexpectedly or by invitation then telephone for Pak-A-Burgers at refreshment time. Your Pak-A-Burg- i.-i.s will be wailing for you. You s-.-rvB them hot in their individual wrappers. When you serve Pak- A-Burgers, you will lealize what n boon they are to home enter- erg. Pak-A-Burgers wiH b« t h high spot In your day. Taste The Chllt Both Pak-A-Burger No. 1 Pak-A-Burgw No. 2 use the. higl) est quality Ingredients in all Taste the chili and. you taste tl difference. N«t* the fresh. cri.J ycgetaWc* ~ treats in themselvej And such treats when they gar ish your Pnk-A-Burg-era. Pak-A-Bu.gors and all othd treats are priced low so you CP enjoy them often. Coneys, lor stance are 20 centa. Everjjh else is priced accordingly. Foot longs, at Pak-A«Burg;er NJ 2, are only 30 cents. 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